Family Treasures: 15 Lessons, Tips, and Tricks for Discovering Your Family History

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Cedar Fort, Aug 1, 2012 - Reference - 437 pages
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In this invaluable guidebook, popular speaker and devoted researcher Barry Ewell provides a map to all the treasures awaiting you on your personal genealogy journey. Discover effective and efficient research skills, learn to use modern technology to find and preserve your past, and best of all find out how to break through genealogical brick walls as you uncover the precious clues to your family's past.
 

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Contents

Genealogy Is a Repeatable Process
1
Contents
2
Start Organized Stay Organized
28
Every Record Has Value
62
Where to Find Records
100
How to Search the Internet Like a Genealogist
115
Field Research Is Required
136
Cite and Verify Every Source
177
Learn to Network
211
Stay Connected to the Network
230
Carefully Search Ancestor Writings
245
Search Every Page of Hometown Newspapers
277
Learn to Find the Origins
292
The Oral Interview
349
Write and Publish Your Story
398
Genealogy Prayer and Inspiration
433

If Sherlock Holmes Were a Genealogist
192

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